Nov. 10, 2010


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Understanding the Geology of Gas Shales:

Key to Field Development and Completion Strategy

 

The recent expansion of gas shale plays in North America and abroad has made everyone more aware of the complexity of these plays and the often major differences between them.  A key to understanding and predicting the behavior of these rocks as reservoirs is a detailed analysis of the geologic facies of these formations.  These formations not only differ from one another, but are also internally heterogeneous both vertically and arealy. A thorough study of the depositional environments and facies distribution within these shales can enable an asset team to identify the intervals that are best suited for drilling, as well as to predict their distribution within a given basin.  A comprehensive understanding of the successful shale plays that are active today can also enable more effective predictions as to where to explore globally for other similarly productive reservoirs.
 
 
 
 
 
Please print and bring credit card receipt if you registered and paid on-line.
 
Please register before the deadline at noon on Monday, November 8th if you plan to attend. Walk-in registrations on the day of the meeting will be accepted for a limited number of seats based on the number of registered attendees or the maximum capacity of the Carriage Room. Thank you
 

Featured Speakers

Speaker Karen Glaser
G&G; Director of Curriculum for DCS Schlumberger   Dr. Karen Sullivan Glaser is the G&G Director of Curriculum for DCS at Schlumberger.  She is a stratigrapher with experience in a variety of depositional environments, including black shales, carbonates and deep water facies.  She obtained a PhD in geology from Rice …

G&G Director of Curriculum for DCS
Schlumberger


 



Dr. Karen Sullivan Glaser is the G&G Director of Curriculum for DCS at Schlumberger.  She is a stratigrapher with experience in a variety of depositional environments, including black shales, carbonates and deep water facies.  She obtained a PhD in geology from Rice University, a MS in petroleum geochemistry from the University of Oklahoma and a BA in geology from Colgate University in New York.


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Organizer

Alex McCoy


Date and Time

Wed, Nov. 10, 2010

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

The WestLake Club - Carriage Room

570 WestLake Park Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77079